IMPROVING
AED
STRATEGIES
Researchers at the University of
Copenhagen measured cardiac arrest
response in the city from 1994 to 2011.
During that pe...
IDEALLY
BUT
SOMETIMES…
HAVE YOU
EVER SEEN
AN EMPTY
CABINET?
OR ONE
THAT IS
LOCKED?
AED REGISTRIES
PULSEPOINT
Improving Access to Defibrillators
Improving Access to Defibrillators
Improving Access to Defibrillators
Improving Access to Defibrillators
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Improving Access to Defibrillators

  1. 1. IMPROVING AED STRATEGIES
  2. 2. Researchers at the University of Copenhagen measured cardiac arrest response in the city from 1994 to 2011. During that period, there were 1,864 cardiac arrests in public areas. 30% of victims collapsed within 100 meters of an AED. However, of those AEDs, 53.4 % were inaccessible during evening, night, and weekend hours.
  3. 3. IDEALLY
  4. 4. BUT SOMETIMES…
  5. 5. HAVE YOU EVER SEEN AN EMPTY CABINET?
  6. 6. OR ONE THAT IS LOCKED?
  7. 7. AED REGISTRIES
  8. 8. PULSEPOINT

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